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Kansas State University Global Campus

ANNUAL REPORT


CAMPUS IMPACT Dean’s Message Karen Pedersen, Dean Global Campus is pleased to continue our partnerships across the university and beyond to extend education to learners worldwide. Our collaborative engagement with departments and colleges allows us to realize our vision of transforming lives one learner at a time. Our reorganization in 2019 was undertaken to better position Global Campus to serve university strategic priorities. I am excited as we look toward the future, partnering to advance educational opportunities while cultivating a portfolio of programs to more closely align with market needs.

Financial Impact $17 million generated in tuition and program fees through Global Campus courses was returned to colleges. Courses and programs offered through Global Campus generated $14.7 million for K-State central administration.

Total Student Credit Hours: 58,355 Undergraduate

24,195 Graduate

Manhattan - 403,892 Global Campus - 58,355 Polytechnic - 14,585 Olathe - 58

Manhattan - 36,581 Global Campus - 24,195 Polytechnic - 392 Olathe - 1,027

Online Programs Offered 13 Bachelor’s degrees

15 Minors

35 Master’s degrees

33 Certificates

4 Doctoral degrees

3 Endorsements

Program Development Grants $481,981 awarded to K-State colleges and departments for the development of: 62 courses 6 programs


Global Campus

STATISTICS BY COLLEGE * Amount generated for the college through program development grants and tuition and fees from courses offered through K-State Global Campus **Percentages in the data below represent each college’s share of student credit hours (SCH) delivered through K-State Global Campus.

College of Arts and Sciences

$4.9 million*

36.2%** 27,635 UG sch 2,246 G sch

College of Health and

$4 million*

20.1%** 13,577 UG sch 3,018 G sch

College of Education

$3.1 million*

College of Agriculture

$1.8 million*

Human Sciences

College of Business Administration Carl R. Ice College of Engineering College of Architecture, Planning & Design College of Veterinary Medicine

$4.8 million tuition and fees $98,000 program development

$3.5 million tuition and fees $285,000 Great Plains IDEA $170,000 program development

$3 million tuition and fees $82,000 program development

$1.7 million tuition and fees $135,000 AG IDEA

$1.8 million*

$1.7 million tuition and fees $55,000 program development

$1 million*

$986,000 tuition and fees $59,000 program development

$302,000*

$165,000 tuition and fees $125,000 Great Plains IDEA $12,000 program development

$100,000*

$100,000 tuition and fees

21%** 3,881 UG sch 13,416 G sch 8.6%** 5,130 UG sch 1,999 G sch 8.5%** 5,442 UG sch 1,554 G sch 3.4%** 1,861 UG sch 959 G sch 1.8%** 826 UG sch 679 G sch 0.4%** 3 UG sch 324 G sch


Faculty Support in the 2019 K-State Online Essentials course

2,326

9 faculty from 7 academic colleges received

through Global Campus

16 faculty from 4 academic colleges participated support from Global Campus to attend national conferences focused on distance education

60 courses were reviewed by Global Campus for course quality

classes offered

844

instructors

taught online courses

54 faculty received course design assistance

“The Online Essentials course was a lot of work, but hugely rewarding. It should be a prerequisite for anyone teaching online. Having access to an instructional designer is something every instructor should have.” David Thompson, faculty College of Health and Human Sciences

Global Campus Mission, Vision and Values Mission:

Vision:

Values:

To extend Kansas State University’s intellectual resources worldwide through quality degree programs, lifelong learning and professional development opportunities.

Transform lives around the world, one learner at a time.

• Collaboration • Efficiency • Innovation • Agility • Excellence • Strategic thinking • Mindfulness


LEARNER IMPACT 13,033

654

students enrolled

graduates

in online courses

5,565 of those studied solely through Global Campus

168 undergraduate 474 graduate 12 doctoral

Professional Development

Scholarships

1,389 learners served through

573 applicants 198 scholarships awarded

online noncredit professional development courses

$164,500 awarded ($26,800 provided by K-State academic colleges in matching funds)


96%

95%

of students

surveyed would recommend a K-State distance course or program to someone else

of Global Campus graduates

agreed they increased their knowledge, skills and understanding of their professional field

Students by Location

10,652 KS

2,096 U.S.

285 INT

“I feel like K-State prepared me for my future as a teacher in a great way, because the different types of education provided many different tools to be successful in my future profession.” Ray’Shaun Reed, ‘19 Master of Arts in Teaching


COMMUNITY AND PARTNER IMPACT UFM

Conference Management Services

15,354

146

participants in UFM programs

3,605

enrollments in 818 personal enrichment classes

1,504

enrollments in 209 credit courses

conferences and workshops

11,074 participants Scope of audience:

Collaborations: 11 K-State 30 Community 1 Fort Riley

Local 8% International 27% State 33% National 14% Regional 18%


AWARDS National Awards UPCEA Marketing Brochure/Booklet: Leading the Way flyer UPCEA Marketing E-communication: WorldWide Wildcats e-newsletter UPCEA Marketing Mixed Media Campaign: Topeka data analytics campaign UPCEA Marketing Most Improved: Academic Chairpersons registration email UPCEA Marketing Streaming/On-Demand Content: Student success story series

Military Recognition U.S. Veterans Magazine Best of the Best 2019: Kansas State University

Regional Awards Colleague to Colleague SIDLIT Outstanding Online Course: ANTH101.com, Michael Wesch Colleague to Colleague SIDLIT Outstanding Online Instructor: Kakali Bhattacharya UPCEA Central Region Continuing Education Support Specialist: Sarah Reasoner UPCEA Central Region Excellence in Teaching: Huston Gibson

University Recognitions KSU Staley School of Leadership Studies Outstanding Community Partner: UFM Community Learning Center President’s Award of Excellence for Unclassified Professionals, Productivity/Creativity/ Innovation Category: Ashley Nietfeld

K-State Global Campus 1615 Anderson Ave. Manhattan, KS 66502-4098

global.k-state.edu global@k-state.edu 785-532-5575 1-800-622-2578

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Kansas State University Global Campus Annual Report FY 2019  

This document is the annual report of Kansas State University Global Campus for FY2019, July 1, 2018 thru June 30, 2019.

Kansas State University Global Campus Annual Report FY 2019  

This document is the annual report of Kansas State University Global Campus for FY2019, July 1, 2018 thru June 30, 2019.

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